Southwest Florida Communities

An International destination, Lee County is one of the nation's most popular markets for second homes, vacation properties, investment rentals as well as primary residential homes. Lee County lead the nationwide real estate recovery experiencing song economic growth after the flat market conditions of 2010 & 2011. With worldwide investor appeal, pleasant weather year around, gorgeous beaches, stunning golf courses, tennis clubs, yachting communities, nightlife, the arts, excellent schools and Universities, direct flights into Southwest Florida International Airport, and easy access to Interstate 75, many businesses and new residents continue to move and invest in Lee County year after year. Lee County cities includes: Bonita, Estero, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Pine Island, Lehigh Acres, Alva, Buckingham, Useppa Island & North Captiva Island (only accessible by boat), and the world famous barrier islands of Sanibel & Captiva where Pfeifer Realty Group was founded.

Coconut Creek Real Estate

This Old Florida style community consisting of 150 homes, takes you back to a day and time when sipping ice tea on the front porch was a daily event and neighbors were a stroll down the oak lined sidewalk. With a 10 acre lake and street lamp lined sidewalks, owners enjoy a slice of historic paradise. Residents enjoy a gated community with community pool, spa and clubhouse. Street lamp lined sidewalks, tennis, and children's playground. the park area features a beautiful like side gazebo where residents enjoy visiting with the swans. Coconut Creek owners enjoy easy access to Sanibel Island, the beaches of Fort Myers, shops, restaurants, the Southwest Florida International Airport and many Fort Myers attractions.

Learn More About Communities in the Iona Area in South Fort Myers

FUN FACT: Frederick J. Wesemeyer was a worldwide marketer of Gladiolus Bulbs and Flowers. Until his death in 1987, Wesemeyer was the controlling partner of A & W Bulb. He was born in Germany and came to America to follow in his father's footsteps as a florist. Coconut Creek was built on the 76 acre Wesemeyer estate in 1990 by Daniel Wayne Homes. Part of the original estate, the Coconut Creek Clubhouse is a state historic landmark. The Dodrill Family of Daniel Waynes Homes has been building communities in the Fort Myers area since 1970 and they are dedicated to the preservation of this historic piece of Fort Myers History.

Coconut Creek is located in the Iona area of Fort Myers on McGregor Boulevard between Kelly Road and John Morris Road.